Skip to main content

About your Search

20130124
20130201
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)
documents, even if it's illegal. take this ad offering proof of income packages, pay stubs, even tax returns, all counterfeit. so we ordered documents for a person who doesn't even exist to make it look like he had a real job with a real income. we were directed to pick up the documents in a new york suburb. >> hey. how you doing? >> i'm alana martin. >> a woman who said her name was alana martin is waiting for us and hands over the fake paperwork. alana's work is quite impressive. the documents she created for us made it look like we worked for time warner, making $165,000 a year. she also made us a fake w-2 to make it look like we pay taxes. >> you might want to count that out. >> by the way, making these documents is a felony. yet alana says business is good. >> what kind of clients you got? >> a few people hit me up a day. >> if we needed other kinds of fakes, like diploma as or college transcripts, she says there are web sites out there that can help us. >> so you can get harvard. >> not anything medical or legal. you can't be a lawyer or doctor. >> is it the real harvard thing, though?
received $130,000 tax-free from his wife's life insurance policies, not bad money in 1990. a witness who worked with michael in the insurance business was asked about the money. >> what does the document say? >> this is a claim statement for payment of the proceeds. >> who signed the claim? >> michael george, looks like. >> on what day? >> 7/18 of '90. >> july 18, 1990. >> yes, sir. >> are you aware that barbara george was buried on july 16, 1990. >> woman nicer, scoundrel. the prosecution dissected his character and referred to him as the only possible killer. >> our concentration was to show that he was the only guy, that he was the one who had to have done it because no one else on earth would have. >> speak loudly. your first name is kim? >> prosecutors called this witness who worked at a nail salon at comics world. >> i would say i witnessed 30 to 35 arguments. >> she testified shield hear many arguments between michael and barbara that summer, but the one she heard that day, friday the 13th sound uglier. >> it was much louder. he was much angrier and seemed much more violent. >> th
of the parishioners, there's something wrong. >> there was something very wrong. that's "dateline," friday, i'm a tax professional. that's all i know. prior to joining h&r block... i was a cfo for 25 years. we know and we understand... tax laws, tax theories. this is my dream job. this is my favorite thing in the world to do. i've done 25,000 tax returns. you might say i've had some experience. i will back you up. bring it on. in our homes, our minds. we can share every second in data dressed as pixels. a billion roaming photojournalists... uploading the human experience. and it is spectacular. so why would you cap that? my iphone 5 can see every point of view... every panorama, the entire gallery of humanity. i need to upload all of me. i need, no, i have the right to be unlimited. only sprint offers truly unlimited data... for iphone 5. only sprint offers truly unlimited data... dare to leave your lipstick at home. new revlon colorstay ultimate suede™ lipstick gives you all-day color and instant moisture with shea butter and aloe. for food-proof wear and velvety soft lips. [ male announcer ] the
>> you're illegally selling these drugs. >> need a fake tax return? how about a real kidney? >> it's hard to believe that you would advertise your kidney on craigslist. >> chances are you found something on one of those web sites, but i bet it wasn't a human body part or a possible hit man, either. >> it seems like you're advertising a business that could kill people. >> what's really going on on line? wait until you see what our hidden cameras find. >> you just did something illegal. >> i'm lester holt. and this is "dateline." tonight chris hansen is in the wild, wild web. >> what you're looking at is someone suggesting on hidden camera he's a hit man. and i'm playing along as a potential client. >> i got a problem with a guy. >> okay. >> i got to take care of it. >> it feels like a scene from a movie. >> what are the options? >> what do you want to happen to him? >> what can you do? >> i can do anything. >> but he's no actor and he's telling me what he can do to a potential victim. >> he can get hurt, he can be hospitalized, a lot can happen. >> you'll see what happens with him l
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)